Course Structure
MA (Master of Arts)

MA In Public Administration

Paper Code Paper Paper
SEMESTER – I
17MPAP 17 Principles and Theories of Public Administration Core
17MPAP 18 Contemporary Administrative Thinkers Core
MPAP03 Indian Administration: Structure and Processes Core
MPAP04 Personnel Administration with reference to India Core
MPAP05 Economic and Financial Administration in India Core
SEMESTER - II
17MPAP 19 Comparative and Development Administration Core
MPAP07 State Government and District Administration Core
17MPAP 20 Public Service Delivery in India Core
17MPAP 21 Administrative Reforms and Ethics Core
MPAP10 Research Methodology Core
SEMESTER - III
MPAP11 Public Policy – Themes and Approaches Core
17MPAP 22 Public Policy Formulation and Implementation in India Core
17MPAP 23 Internal Security in India Core
MPAP 91 Research Dissertation – I (Topics from Central, State or Local Administration) Core
Elective Papers – Any ONE of the following from TWO Clusters
17MPAP 59 Social Policy: Accountability and Governance Elective
17MPAP 60 Contemporary Trends in Governance Elective
17MPAP 61 Regulatory Bodies in India Elective
MPAP54 HRM and Industrial Relations Elective
SEMESTER - IV
MPAP14 Rural and Urban Local Governance in India Core
17MPAP 24 Administration: Law and Governance Core
17MPAP 25 Project Management Core
MPAP92 Research Dissertation - II (Topics being covered from the Public Policy Perspectives) Core
Elective Papers – Any TWO of the following from TWO Clusters
MPAP55 Administration of Non-Profit Organizations Elective
MPAP56 E-Governance and Administration Elective
MPAP57 Environmental Crisis and Disaster Management Policies Elective
17MPAP 62 Public Private Partnerships Elective

Each Paper carries 4 (Four) Credits, except the Two Research Dissertations. In theThird and Fourth semesters, there will be Two dissertations with 10 credits (5 credits each for both the semesters). The Research Dissertation in the Fourth semester will be defended before the constituted Board. The Dissertations are to be submitted in partial fulfillment of the Master’s Degree requirement. The Maximum Credit Requirement for the M.A. Programme is 90 credits.

 


M.A. Political Science & International Relations

Paper Code Paper Paper
SEMESTER-I
MPIR01 Contemporary Political Theory Core
MPIR02 Modern Political Thought Core
MPIR03 Theory of International Relations-I Core
MPIR04 Thinkers in International Relations Core
MPIR05 Indian Political System Core
SEMESTER-II
MPIR09 Gender in Global Politics Core
MPIR10 Theory of International Relations-II Core
MPIR11 Geopolitics in International Relations Core
MPIR12 Comparative Political Analysis Core
MPIR13 Research Methodology Core
SEMESTER-III
MPIR06 Theory and Practice of Diplomacy Core
MPIR07 Energy Politics in International Relations Core
MPIR08 Indian Foreign Policy: Post-Cold War Era Core
MPIR91 Research Dissertation -1 Core
Elective Papers: Any ONE of the following from TWO Clusters
MPIR51 Political Economy of Energy Policy Elective
MPIR52 India’s Energy Security & World Elective
OR
MPIR53 Emerging Approaches to Foreign Policy Elective
MPIR54 Foreign Policy of Major Powers Elective
SEMESTER-IV
MPIR14 International Political Economy Core
MPIR15 National & Global Security in Contemporary World Core
MPIR16 International Organizations and Global Governance Core
MPIR92 Research Dissertation – 2 Core
Elective Papers: Any ONE of the following from TWO Clusters
MPIR55 International Political Economy and India Elective
MPIR56 Political Economy of Development and Underdevelopment Elective
OR
MPIR57 Human Security and Human Right Elective
MPIR58 India’s Internal Security and World Elective

Each Paper carries 4 (Four) Credits, except the Two Research Dissertations. In the Third and Fourth semesters, there will be Two dissertations with 10 credits (5 credits each for both the semesters). The Research Dissertation in the Fourth semester will be defended before the constituted Board. The Dissertations are to be submitted in partial fulfillment of the Master’s Degree requirement. The Maximum Credit Requirement for the M.A. Programme is 90 credits.



M.A. In English Literature

Paper Code Paper Paper
SEMESTER – I
MELL01 Literature in English, 1550-1660 Core
MELL02 Literature in English, 1660-1798 Core
MELL03 Literature in English, 1798-1914 Core
MELL04 Literature in English, 1914-2000 Core
MELL05 Critical Theories Core
SEMESTER - II
MELL06 Literature and the Visual Arts Core
MELL07 Literature and the Theatre Arts Core
MELL08 Literature and Film Core
MELL09 Literature and Gender Core
MELL10 Literature and Science Core
SEMESTER - III
MELL11 Literature and Psychoanalysis Core
MELL12 Literature and Philosophy Core
MELL13 Popular Literature Core
MELL14 Children’s Literature Core
MELL15 Major Critical Movements and Concepts Core
MELL91 Research Dissertation - 1 Core
SEMESTER - IV
MELL16 History of English Language Core
MELL17 American Literature Core
MELL18 Indian Writing in English Core
MELL19 English Language Teaching Core
MELL20 Comparative Literature Core
MELL92 Research Dissertation - 2 Core

Each Paper carries 4 (Four) Credits, except the Two Research Dissertations. In the Third and Fourth semesters, there will be Two dissertations with 10 credits (5 credits each for both the semesters). The Research Dissertation in the Fourth semester will be defended before the constituted Board. The Dissertations are to be submitted in partial fulfillment of the Master’s Degree requirement. The Maximum Credit Requirement for the M.A. Programme is 90 credits.

 

 


M.A. Psychology

Codes Papers Papers
SEMESTER-I
18MPS101 Introduction to Applied Psychology Core
18MPS102 Cross-Cultural studies in Psychology Core
18MPS103 Cognitive Processes Core
18MPS104 Qualitative Research Methods Core
18MPS105 Schools of Psychology Core
- Practicum – 1 Core
SEMESTER-II
18MPS106 Applied Experimental Psychology Core
18MPS107 Statistical methods in Psychology Core
18MPS108 Applied Personality Psychology Core
18MPS109 Psychometrics Core
18MPS110 Practicum - 2 Core
SEMESTER-III
18MPS201 Health & Wholistic Wellbeing Core
18MPS202 Applied Social Psychology Core
18MPS203 Physiological Psychology Core
18MPS204 Abnormal Psychology Core
18MPS205 Applied Media Psychology Core
- Practicum – 3 Core
18MPS206 Research Dissertation – I Core
SEMESTER-IV
18MPS207 Applied Positive Psychology Core
18MPS208 Workplace Behaviour & Interventions Core
18MPS209 Applied Counselling Psychology Core
18MPS210 Applied Forensic Psychology Core
18MPS211 Applied Psychology of Creativity and Innovation Core
- Practicum - 4 Core
18MPS212 Research Dissertation - II Core

 

 


M.A in Media and Communication

Codes Papers Core/ Elective
SEMESTER-I
19MMC11 Introduction to Mass Media and Theories of Mass Communication Core
19MMC12 Development Communication Core
19MMC13 Introduction to Advertising and Public Relations Core
19MMC14 Introduction to Print Media Core
19MMC15 Intercultural Communication Core
SEMESTER-II
19MMC21 Introduction to Media and Entertainment Business Core
19MMC22 Research Methodology Core
19MMC23 International Communication Core
19MMC24 Introduction to Electronic Media Core
19MMC25 New Media Studies Core
SEMESTER-III
19MMC31 Media Laws and Ethics Core
19MMC32 Consumer Behaviour and Audience Insight Core
SEMESTER-III ELECTIVE PAPER (Multimedia Journalism)
19MMCE31 News Reporting, News Editing, Feature Writing and News Photography Elective
19MMCE32 Online, Journalism, Mobile Journalism and Tools Elective
19MMCE33 Indian Political Economy Elective
SEMESTER-III ELECTIVE PAPER (Electronic Media Production and Film Studies)
19MMCE34 Radio Production Elective
19MMCE35 Television Production Elective
19MMCE36 Film Studies and Aesthetics Elective
SEMESTER-III ELECTIVE PAPER (Public Relations and Corporate Communication)
19MMCE37 Advanced Public Relations and Corporate Communication Elective
19MMCE38 Experiential Marketing and Events Elective
19MMCE39 Writing for Public Relations and Corporate Communication Elective
SEMESTER-III ELECTIVE PAPER (Media Business)
19MMCE310 Overview of Media and Entertainment Business Elective
19MMCE311 Advertising Elective
19MMCE312 Audience Insight and Management Elective
SEMESTER-IV
19MMC41 Business Communication and Professional Etiquette Core
SEMESTER-IV ELECTIVE PAPER (Multimedia Journalism)
19MMCE41 Legal, Crime and Investigative Journalism Elective
19MMCE42 Broadcast Journalism Elective
19MMCE49 Practical – 1 (Elective Paper) Elective
19MMCE410 Practical – 2 (Elective Paper) Elective
SEMESTER-IV ELECTIVE PAPER (Electronic Media Production and Film Studies)
19MMCE43 Audio-Visual Production for the Internet Elective
19MMCE44 Film Production Elective
19MMCE49 Practical – 1 (Elective Paper) Elective
19MMCE410 Practical – 2 (Elective Paper) Elective
SEMESTER-IV ELECTIVE PAPER (Public Relations and Corporate Communication)
19MMCE45 Reputation Management Elective
19MMCE46 Government, International and Development Public Relations Elective
19MMCE49 Practical – 1 (Elective Paper) Elective
19MMCE410 Practical – 2 (Elective Paper) Elective
SEMESTER-IV ELECTIVE PAPER (Media Business)
19MMCE47 Branding Elective
19MMCE48 Media Management Elective
19MMCE49 Practical – 1 (Elective Paper) Elective
19MMCE410 Practical – 2 (Elective Paper) Elective
SEMESTER-IV RESEARCH DISSERTATION
19MMC91 Dissertation - I (Elective Paper) Core
19MMC92 Dissertation - II (Elective Paper) Core

 

NOTE: The M.A. programme consists of 90 credits. Each of the 20 papers in all the four semesters carries four credits with the total being 80 credits. In the Third and Fourth Semesters, two dissertations having five credits each amount to 10 credits. The dissertations are to be submitted in partial fulfilment of the Master’s Degree requirement.

 

 


M.A. in ECONOMICS

Codes Papers Core/ Elective
SEMESTER-I CORE PAPERS
19MEC101 Microeconomics Core
19MEC102 Macroeconomics Core
19MEC103 Mathematical Economics Core
19MEC104 Research Methods Core
19MEC105 Comparative Economic Systems Core
SEMESTER-II CORE PAPERS
19MEC106 Basic Econometrics Core
19MEC107 Public Economics Core
19MEC108 International Trade and Finance Core
19MEC109 Environment and Resource Economics Core
19MEC1010 Economics of Corporate Finance Core
19MEC1011 Research Dissertation 01 (Internship Report) Core
SEMESTER-III CORE PAPERS
19MEC201 Development Economics Core
19MEC202 Economics of Social Sector Core
19MEC203 Energy and Infrastructure Economics Core
19MEC204 Economics of Industrial Organization Core
SEMESTER-III Elective Papers: Any One of the following from Two Clusters
19MEC205 Advanced Econometrics Elective
19MEC206 Entrepreneurship Elective
19MEC207 Rural Economics Elective
SEMESTER-IV CORE PAPERS
19MEC208 Behavioural Economics Core
19MEC209 Economics of Informal Sector Core
19MEC210 Financial Markets and Institutions Core
19MEC211 Innovation and Knowledge Economy Core
19MEC215 Research Dissertation - II Core
SEMESTER-IV Elective Papers: Any One of the following from Two Clusters
19MEC212 Urban Economics Elective
19MEC213 Game Theory Elective
19MEC214 Geo-Political Economy Elective

 

NOTE: Each Paper carries 4 (Four) Credits, except the Two Research Dissertations. In theThird and Fourth semesters, there will be Two dissertations with 10 credits (5 credits each for both the semesters). The Research Dissertation in the Fourth semester will be defended before the constituted Board. The Dissertations are to be submitted in partial fulfillment of the Master’s Degree requirement. The Maximum Credit Requirement for the M.A. Programme is 90 credits.

 

 


M.Sc. Finance

Codes Papers Core/ Elective
SEMESTER-I
19MSF101 Financial Analytics Core
19MSF102 Corporate Finance Core
19MSF103 Corporate Taxation Core
19MSF104 Advanced Cost and Management Accounting Core
SEMESTER-II
19MSF201 Goods and Services Tax Core
19MSF202 Financial Institutions and Markets Core
19MSF203 Corporate Governance and Professional Ethics Core
19MSF204 Corporate Internship Core
SEMESTER-III
19MSF301 Research Methodology Core
19MSF302 Global Finance Core
19MSF303 Research Dissertation – I Core
SEMESTER-IV
19MSF401 Financial Modelling and Structuring Core
19MSF402 Corporate Banking and Insurance Core
19MSF403 Research Dissertation – II Core

 

The M.Sc Finance programme is of 80 credits. The 12 (Twelve) subjects in four semesters carries 6 (Six) credits each with total 72 credits. In Third and Fourth semesters 2 (two) research dissertations having 4 (Four) credits each with total 08 credits.